Search results for "Tropical Fruit":

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Azacca


Excellent aromatic qualities make Azacca™ a go-to hop for late and dry hop additions in a variety of styles

Aroma: Intense and tropical. Sustained impressions of citrus and very ripe mango, with notes of orchard fruit (pears, apples) and pine needles throughout.
Aroma profile: Tropical Fruit, Citrus, Pine, Grapefruit
Typical beer styles: IPA

Dual Purpose Centennial
Citra


New, up and coming variety, known for its intense flavor and aroma characteristics

Aroma: Strong citrus and tropical tones - grapefruit, melon, lime, gooseberry, passion fruit and lychee
Aroma profile: Citrus, Tropical Fruit
Typical beer styles: American-style Pale Ale, IPA, Double IPA

Aroma
Ekuanot


An up-and-coming hop with pronounced aroma, tight cone structure and notably high oil content. Noted for an indescribably unique berry-and-fresh-pepper character.

Aroma: Citrus, Tropical fruit, Fruity, Herbal, Green pepper, melon
Aroma profile: Citrus, Tropical Fruit, Fruity, Herbal
Typical beer styles: American Pale Ale/Cream Ale, British Pale Ale/Bitter, IPA, Irish and Scottish Ales, Pale Lager, Trappist/Belgian Ale, Wheat Beers

Aroma Citra, Galaxy (AU)
El Dorado




Aroma:
Aroma profile: Fruity, Tropical Fruit, Stone Fruit
Typical beer styles: Pale Ales

Dual Purpose
Enigma (AU)


Dry hop or add her late in the brew to maximise her flavour and aroma potential.

Aroma: ‘Pinot Gris’, ‘raspberries’, and ‘redcurrant’, through to rock melon and light tropical fruit.
Aroma profile: Tropical Fruit, Stone Fruit
Typical beer styles:

Aroma Galaxy (AU), Melba (AU), Mosaic, Vic Secret (AU)
Mosaic


Used in brewing both for its aromatic and bitter qualities

Aroma: Citrus, pine, earth, herbal, mint, bubblegum, blueberry, lime peel, black pepper
Aroma profile: Earthy, Fruity, Tropical Fruit
Typical beer styles:

Aroma Simcoe
Motueka (NZ)


Excelllent in many applications and when employed in multiple additions from a single hop bill

Aroma: Lemon, lime, tropical fruit
Aroma profile: Citrus, Tropical Fruit
Typical beer styles: European Lagers, Belgian and English Ales, Pilsner

Aroma Saaz (US), Sterling
Riwaka (NZ)


Suitable where traditional Saazer types would be employed. Riwaka imparts its own zeal when used as a late kettle addition.

Aroma: Strong grapefruit, citrus
Aroma profile: Citrus, Tropical Fruit, Grapefruit
Typical beer styles: Pale Ale, Pilsner

Aroma Saaz (US), Sterling
Sladek (CZ)


Recommendable to use this hops at least 20 minutes before the end of the brewing process

Aroma: Fruity flavor profile with essences of peach, passion fruit, and grapefruit
Aroma profile: Fruity, Grapefruit, Tropical Fruit
Typical beer styles: Lagers

Aroma Lublin (PL), Saaz (CZ), Saaz (US)
Topaz (AU)


Can be used for bittering as an early addition and as aroma in a late addition

Aroma: Light tropical fruit (some say lychee) flavours. fleshy citrus and apricot, with a strong "dank" overtone and a hint of sulfur
Aroma profile: Citrus, Tropical Fruit
Typical beer styles:

Dual Purpose Amarillo, Apollo, Columbus, Summit
Vic Secret (AU)


Vic Secret’s is best utilized via whirlpool and dry hopping. It is also worth noting that late kettle additions impart a wonderful earthiness, but the fruitiness doesn’t come through.

Aroma: Tropical fruit, pine, herbs
Aroma profile: Pine, Tropical Fruit, Herbal
Typical beer styles: Pale Ale, India Pale Ale, Stout, Porter

Dual Purpose Galaxy (AU)